Recently updated, "Slave Voyages: The Transatlantic Slave Trade Database" uses big data to bring history to life, offering researchers and visitors a more complete portrait of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Researchers have mapped the most common bacterial cause of pneumonia around the world and revealed how these bacteria evolve in response to vaccination.
A sneaky form of antibiotic resistance called "heteroresistance" is more widespread than previously appreciated. But tracking heteroresistance might guide the choice of antibiotic combinations that can defeat bacteria regarded as invincible.
A machine-learning method discovered a hidden clue in people's language predictive of the later emergence of psychosis — the frequent use of words associated with sound.
More News »
Emory welcomes new director of heart and lung transplantation, mechanical circulatory support and ECMO
Emory University receives historic $180 million grant funding innovative efforts to prevent child mortality in developing countries
Most Viewed Stories »
- 'Conversations with Claire' video series debuts with President Jimmy Carter
June 3, Emory University
- Emory names chief diversity officer
June 4, Emory University
- Emory University receives historic $180 million grant funding innovative efforts to prevent child mortality in developing countries
June 6, Emory University
- Emory University names Mary Anne Bobinski dean of Emory Law
May 23, Emory University
- Celebrating Emory's Class of 2019
May 13, Emory University
- Emory Student Center opens doors
May 9, Emory University
Campus News »
Operation: Eat Right, Emory's annual nutrition challenge, encourages employees to improve health habits in three main areas: hydration, produce consumption and fiber intake.
Emory's varsity athletics teams won three NCAA Division III national championships in the 2018-19 season, with volleyball, women's swimming and diving, and men's tennis bringing home top honors.
Spelman College President Mary Schmidt Campbell recently joined Emory professor Kimberly Wallace-Sanders, curator of Emory's "Framing Shadows" exhibit, for a fascinating conversation about portraits of African Americans serving as caregivers for white children.
Sexual and gender minority health issues took center stage as Emory hosted the National LGBTQ Health Conference, including a keynote from Chasten Buttigieg, who recalled his own struggles growing up gay in a conservative town.
Emory in the News »
NBC News, June 12
New York Times, June 12
Washington Post, June 12
New York Times, June 8
- Emory President Claire E. Sterk on the opioid crisis